#TheOrdinaryMoments – Mini Movie Moments

It feels like forever since we’ve been to the flicks, it was therefore a welcome treat to watch a movie at the local cinema earlier this morning. The kids were both eager to see Lego Movie 2 which as it happens was fairly enjoyable.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind taking the kids to the cinema but HOW MUCH?! In total with tickets, food and drinks we managed to make our way through at least £40! It may have cost us an arm and a leg but the kids enjoyed every moment and that’s what it’s all about.

#TheOrdinaryMoments - Mini Movie Moments

I must sound like such a whining, cheap-skate, I realise that trips out are an expensive affair but I was rather shocked and surprised by how steep a quick trip to the flicks was. I’ll be sure to stick to Netflix and Sky Store for the foreseeable, as it’s far cheaper, easier and less fuss!

Following our trip to the cinema we had a quick whizz around Tesco, I drove to the cemetery to leave some flowers for my Nana, we took the car through the wishy-washy then headed home to spend time with our birthday basset, whilst Paul cooked up a scrumptious Sunday lunch. We’ve had a wonderful weekend, we’ve spent plenty of time together as a family, which is precisely what weekends are for.

Thanks for reading! I look forward to catching up with your #TheOrdinaryMoments posts either through your own posts or comments upon this post.

The Ordinary Moments


  1. February 15, 2019 / 11:33 am

    We love going to the movies but we usually wait until films are on at the ‘mini mornings’ where it’s about £1.50 a ticket and we take our own snacks. Or, we save our Nectar points to use.

    • February 15, 2019 / 5:44 pm

      Crikey that’s far cheaper!

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